Bodhi Elfman

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Bodhi Pine Elfman (born July 19, 1969) is an American actor. Elfman has had film roles in Mercury Rising, Collateral, Godzilla and Armageddon, and smaller parts in The Mod Squad, Keeping the Faith, and Gone in 60 Seconds. Elfman starred in the UPN television series Freedom, alongside Holt McCallany, Scarlett Chorvat and Darius McCrary, and in Pirates of Silicon Valley alongside Noah Wyle and Anthony Michael Hall. He appeared in the short-lived ABC television series, Hiller and Diller, and guest-starred in an episode of Sliders. Elfman also guest-starred in his wife's television show Dharma & Greg, playing a performance artist who asks Dharma to be a part of his living display gallery. Bodhi Elfman is the son of Richard Elfman, and he is also the nephew of composer Danny Elfman. In February 1995, he married actress Jenna Elfman. The Elfmans are both Scientologists. Jenna Elfman was raised Catholic, and Bodhi introduced her to Scientology; she became a Scientologist after they were married. The couple met while auditioning for a Sprite commercial. Jenna Elfman credits Scientology with sustaining their marriage.
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